The main gauge of Indonesia’s stock exchange gained 3.31% to close at 5538 on Tuesday, after the government said it was preparing to introduce a second stimulus package to shield Southeast Asia’s largest economy from the fallout of the virus outbreak. A senior minister for the economy said that the new fiscal measures would be larger than the first package of IDR 10.3 billion already delivered last week. On Monday, Indonesia’s confirmed its first two cases of the virus.